Nothing is cozier during the crisp PNW months than relaxing by a fire with some cocoa and the kids. If you are suffering from COVID cabin fever after months of staying at home, now is the time to get away and stay at a real cabin near Portland for a few days. Whether the woods, ocean or mountains call to you, if you have found yourself searching: “Cabins near me”, there’s a cozy spot that awaits. Read on to find out where you can book one now.

Editor’s note: Please remember to socially distance and follow mask requirements when traveling. Contact rentals directly for questions about cleaning and COVID-19 precautions. Stay safe and healthy!

Little Beach Cabin - Manzanita OR

Your family is going to love this quiet rustic cabin with two bedrooms (queen beds), one bath, a wood burning fireplace, fully equipped kitchen,  and  a deck with a hot tub!. Only a four block walk to beach, there's plenty of play space for all. And for families who have four-legged members, you just hit the jackpot. This cabin is pet friendly! Don't wait to book. Located on Manzanita Beach, one of the most popular spots on the coast, this cabin books fast.

Sleep: 4
Cost: 135/night

Cannon Beach Life

Cannon Beach is the perfect escape for any family looking to take a break from city life. This cabin is located right on the main street. Only one block from the beach, your kids can get their energy out running and playing on the long stretch of ocean front property which is  close to Haystack Rock! Listed as a two bedroom, one bedroom is private with a queen bed and the other bedroom is accessed by the front door and there is a sitting area in the kitchen upstairs. This cabin is perfect for a large family.

Sleeps: 4
Cost: $65/night

Waterfront Cabin—Washougal, WA

This secluded, riverfront cabin sits on a full wooded acre with private access to the Washougal River. Prepare dinner in the well-appointed kitchen and then lounge by the wood stove. This home is located just 40 miles northeast of Portland and only 12 miles from downtown Washougal. The surrounding forest is filled with native northwestern plants and old-growth trees, some of which are more than 300 years old. A wide variety of outdoor activities are possible here, yet the setting itself is secluded and free from the noise and distractions of everyday life.

Sleeps: 7
Cost: $187/night

The Woodlands Cabin—Sandy, OR

The Woodlands House sits on five acres of wooded property. It is a beautiful 3 bedroom home (plus kids room) with two outdoor decks surrounded by beautiful trees. It's perfect for getaways or a trip to the mountains, as it's a 25 min drive from Mount hood skiing, 15 minutes from hikes and only 45 min from PDX.

The large deck off the main level that overlooks a trickling stream, is the perfect place to enjoy a cup of coffee and watch deer come to the water for a drink. The deck also features a large 6 person hot tub, that is perfect to soak your bones after a day of skiing or hiking.

Sleeps: 7
Cost: $419/night

Carroll House at Cherry Hill Farm

Surrounded by cherry orchards, Carroll House is an 860 sqft, two bedroom, one bath cabin, located in the stunning Mosier hills area. The cabin comfortably accommodates a family of 6. The space is designed for slow, cozy living. For over 100 years Carroll House has sat overlooking the cherry orchards of the Mosier Valley. Your family is sure to love every moment of your visit, from waking up to local coffee, exploring the area, watching the sun set, stargazing, to snacking on  popcorn while you catch up on your favorite show. The space comes with a fully equipped kitchen, RoKu tv: Amazon, Netflix, WiFi and board games. It's very much a home away from home.

Sleeps: 6

Cedar Creek Hideaway in Mt. Hood

Only an hours drive away from Portland, Welches is home to this unique mountain hideaway. The giant domed building has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms and is suitable for a group with up to nine members. Located on seven private acres, your family can enjoy quick access to two seasonal creeks and the Mt. Hood National Forest. Just outside the front door a trail leads to a nearby waterfall, where you can  watch the local wildlife while you sip your morning coffee.

The geodesic dome gives this cabin plenty of personality and is sure to captivate your young adventurers. Inside, you are surrounded by a vaulted ceiling and giant windows that allow for extra light. The kitchen is fully equipped and there is a wood stove and comfortable furniture to warm up on after a day spent playing in the snow.

This cabin is truly kid friendly with a designated kids' space on the first level that has a pool table, internet and television. If you have brand new family members, you can rent booster seats and Pack n Plays for the duration of your stay. Your furriest family members are welcome too.

Sleeps: 9
Cost: $160/night. Minimum 2 night stay required

—Annette Benedetti


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